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Sorry I Was Gone!

Sorry I was not on often. I’m trying to get all of my written work collect so I can post it here for you. You can expect at least 2-3 posts average a week, maybe more, maybe less.

I’m gonna have poems and writings, throwing in a few movie reviews or actor reviews (notice I was looking at you, Taylor Lautner, when I said that…don’t worry…you’re good on MY list!)

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OMG This looks so good!

4 little Fergusons

  I don’t know why, but Coconut always reminds me of Easter. Maybe because people dye it green for edible Easter Grass, or maybe its cause I am crazy! 

I say Easter Grass all the way.  {Shhh, just go with it!}

  Anyhow, I found these Coconut Cream Pie Bars on Pinterest, and I had everything on hand to make them, YAY! I love it when a foodie plan comes together.  They were delicious and I like the idea of a bar rather than a pie, you can feed a crowd, and its easier too!

Coconut Cream Pie Bars

by Dough Puncher

Coconut Cream Pie Bars (3)

For the Crust:
1 1/2 cups flour
2/3 cups shortening
5-7 Tbs. cold water

1) Cut shortening into flour, until shortening is in pea-sized pieces. Stir in water as needed, until just combined.
2) Roll out on a floured surface, and press into a 9 x 13…

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Could make an awesome romance out of this in some way….vampires or ghosts would fit this place perferct.

Bricks + Mortar

With Halloween just one week away, I’ve had the spooky and ghoulish on my mind. Ghost stories and historic places seem to go hand in hand, but when I think of creepy places, the Waverly Hills TB Sanitarium in Louisville, Kentucky is always number one on my list! Allegedly, it is one of the most haunted places in the United States.

 

The Waverly Hills Tuberculosis Sanitarium is situated on the top of a  secluded wooded hill off of Dixie Highway.  It operated as a tuberculosis hospital for fifty years before medical advancements rendered it obsolete. It then operated as a geriatric facility before being closed by the state in the early 1980s. Historically speaking, the sanitarium is an excellent example of the work of three prominent Revivalist architects in Louisville and improvements in public health.  But it is (in)famous because it is supposedly brimming with paranormal activity and is…

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